Announcing CircuitPython Day 2021 on August 6, 2021 #CircuitPythonDay2021 #CircuitPython #Python
August 6, 2020 (8/6/2021) is CircuitPython Day, being designated the snakiest day this year! The day highlights all things CircuitPython and Python on Hardware.
Working with CircuitPython? Tag your projects #CircuitPythonDay2021 on social media and Adafruit will look to highlight them.
Wednesday: A Special Adafruit Show & Tell
Wednesday, 7:30 PM US Eastern Time (2330 UTC), a special live Show & Tell stream inviting everyone to demonstrate their CircuitPython projects as part of CircuitPython Day 2021 – How to Join.
Friday August 6th (CircuitPython Day):
11 am US Eastern Time (1500 UTC): Tim C (foamyguy) streams work on CircuitPython – YouTube and Twitch.
1 pm US Eastern Time (1700 UTC): Reddit Ask Me anything (AMA) with r/Python and the developers of CircuitPython – Reddit.
1 pm US Eastern Time (1700 UTC): Jeff, Dan and Kattni Discuss CircuitPython – YouTube Live
3 pm US Eastern Time (1900 UTC): A CircuitPython Board Tour with Ladyada – YouTube Live
5 pm US Eastern Time (2100 UTC): Scott’s CircuitPython Day Deep Dive
For Adafruit streams without a link, monitor social media like Twitter for the links to join.
Let us know what you have planned and we’ll help and promote. Tag your social media post #CircuitPythonDay2021 so we can see it.
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